Sharon Hadden CPA,
Downtown Courtenay Accounting Services 

Are you looking for professional and personal accounting services in Courtenay Comox or Cumberland? Let’s build your Comox Valley business together by taking advantage of my knowledge and expertise. We offer personal and corporate accounting services, tax planning, preparation and filing. 

Sharon Hadden CPA  is an accounting firm in downtown Courtenay serving the Comox Valley.  If the name sounds familiar, it should. I am the previous co-owner and CFO of Fanny Bay Oysters, a local company who’s product continues to be included on menus in many North American cities.  I’ve augmented my strong business background with an MBA degree, a CGA and CPA designation. I look forward to developing a long-term relationship with you, helping your business succeed by taking care of all your accounting requirements.

Services include:

  • Accounting and Corporate Tax Filing
  • Personal Tax Filing
  • Business Consulting
  • Bookkeeping

Recent Blog Post

TAX TICKLERS… some quick points to consider…


  • Canada Pension Plan (CPP) – The Federal Government has been consulting on, and intends to continue examining possibilities to enhance the CPP.

  • Principal Residence Exemption (PRE) – A vacation property, even if situated outside of Canada, may be eligible for the PRE.

  • U.S. Real Estate – Sales of U.S. real estate by non-residents are now generally subject to a 15% U.S. Federal withholding tax (previously at 10%) if a waiver certificate is not obtained.

  • Canada Child Benefit (CCB) – The new CCB will replace the Canada Child Tax Benefit and Universal Child Care Benefit commencing July 2016, providing a maximum annual benefit of $6,400/child under age 6, and $5,400/child aged 6-17. The benefit will be phased out dependent on adjusted family net income.

  • Teachers and Early Childhood Educator School Supply Tax Credit – This new 15% refundable tax credit (maximum value of $150/year) proposed to commence in 2016 is based on up to $1,000 of eligible expenditures, such as amounts paid out-of-pocket for classroom supplies.

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